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(p. 236) 11. Constitutional conventions and judge-made law 

(p. 236) 11. Constitutional conventions and judge-made law
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(p. 236) 11. Constitutional conventions and judge-made law
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Neil Parpworth

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10.1093/he/9780198747529.003.0011
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date: 26 September 2020

This chapter focuses on two additional sources of the UK constitution: constitutional conventions and judge-made law. The discussion includes the nature of constitutional conventions, examples of constitutional conventions, enforcing conventions, the Cabinet Manual, the courts and conventions, codification, the common law, and interpreting Acts of Parliament.

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